Thesaurus / lobsters
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Now add the meat from two lobsters, cut in small pieces, say, about a pound and a half.

I couldn't appeal to any nice brown fisherman to please feed him to the lobsters, so I sat still and let him talk.

Set in SilverCharles Norris Williamson and Alice Muriel Williamson

As a group the crabs and lobsters are confined below the high-water mark.

The lobsters were quite unlike our New England species; indeed, they are here known as cray-fish, or craw-fish.

Under the Southern CrossMaturin M. Ballou

In the shallow waters of the bay there was plenty of fish, clams, and lobsters.

They always go ashore on Sundays, when two of them go to Mass, while the other minds the boat and the lobsters.

From the Sutherland coast alone six to eight thousand lobsters are collected in a season.

The Ocean World:Louis Figuier

There were exported last season from Prince Edward Island 91,000 cases of lobsters.

But David had wakened now, and his voice boomed out, What are you two lobsters quarreling over?

Peter Cotterell's TreasureRupert Sargent Holland

I wonder you did not paint the lobsters making love before they were boiled,' aptly observed a lady visitor.

The Life of James McNeill WhistlerElizabeth Robins Pennell